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Kensington to perform at Utrecht Dom Cathedral in acoustic

Last updated 6 years ago by UtrechtCentral.com

[gard align=”right”]Dutch rock band sensation Kensington will be giving a special late acoustic night show at the Dom Cathedral on the 7th of April.

Kensington is a rock band from Utrecht, Netherlands. Formed in 2005, the band has since released two EPs and three studio albums. Their latest album, “Rivals”, has become world renowned with hits like “Streets” and “War”.

“This is a whole new and exciting challenge for us. Something we have not done previously in our hometown,” told lead singer Eloi Youssef.

The concert is part of a promotional deal with Axe and Kruidvat and only 40 tickets are available. Read more here: http://www.axe.nl/blackstage/ (Dutch)

Participate in the draw (Dutch is required)
To take part in the draw, head down to Kruidvat and buy a set of Axe products 2+1 free. Take your receipt and enter your receipt code here: https://www.kruidvat.nl/axe. You will find the receipt code on the receipt itself.

Michael Darmanin
Michael Darmanin
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